1 Hamburg: Rescue a fish boat from ice emergency aircraft with spinning propellers, great. British crew Pack cans into containers. Officer showing location of a fish boat stuck in the ice on the map. Aircraft rolling on runway. Low-altitude flight over the frozen Baltic Sea. Aerial view of the fish boat in the ice.
(33 m) 02 Washington: President Truman speaks before Congress members of the U.S. House of representatives and the Senate, standing, dive-bombing, totally. The newly elected members of Congress raise the hand to the oath, totally. Truman gives accountability report on the lectern, totally and half close. MPs stand up and clap, total.
(33 m) 03 Hamburg: Ravensbrück - the judgment process the dock, total. Pan of the KZ-Aufseherinnen, half-close. The judges take at the judges table, totally. Johann Schwarzhuber, the Commander of the concentration camp Ravensbrück standing hear his judgment (death by hanging), as well as the SS-Oberaufseherin Dorothea Binz (death by hanging). Judge Westropp in the reading of the verdicts. Carmen Maria Mory (death by hanging).
(39 m) 04 earthquake - disaster in Japan Taliban. Ship is situated on land. Laundry hangs between ruins of houses. Salvage Squad between collapsed buildings. Woman running with a child on the back. Help teams come in with shovels. People hide have.
(30 m) 5th England's Royal family travels to South Africa car with stander of the King travels through London. People wave, half-close. Motorcade drive through waving crowd. Locomotive with British and South African flag Get up front, the Waterloo train station. King George and Queen Elizabeth step out of the car, totally. Princess Elizabeth and Margaret are next to the car. Prime Minister Attlee in the farewell, total. Queen Elizabeth Kiss relatives farewell, totally. Princess Elizabeth and Margaret Board the train, totally. Train moving from. Ride of the car from the train station in Portsmouth. Sailors on the battleship Vanguard arrayed on deck. King George is going to the ship via the gangway, behind him, Queen Elizabeth totally. King George greets when entering the vessel, half-close. Standing side by side: King's mother Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret. Aerial view of the vessel at the exit.
(58 m) 06 150 years Franz Schubert bust of Franz Schubert, great. Defined shield: Schubert Museum of the city of Vienna in Schubert's birthplace. The birth House, total. Sign over the door: Franz Schubert's birthplace. Room of the House with wings and pictures. Man will join the Secretary, worked on the Schubert. Original scores. Man sits down at the piano. Paintings by Julius Schmid: A Schubert evening at a Viennese Town House. Snippets of the painting, great. Bust of Schubert, great.
(58 m) 07. Berlin: rabbit exhibition at the Armory the Zeughaus, total. Door ornaments opens big. Rabbit cages. People go through exhibition. Rabbit, big: giant Pinto, white RAM with drooping, English Pinto, Japanese, angora rabbits. Breeders at the shearing of angora rabbits. Women in the spinning of the thread. Exhibited goods. Rabbit fur.
(34 m) 08 sport a. Berlin: trotting racer put on warm jackets, half-close. Drivers in the Szlky, great. Viewers kicking back and forth in the cold. Start, total. Watch, large, with running seconds hand. Horses in the race, half-close. Snow at the edge of the track. The breath of the horses in the cold that is visible. The running horses, big heads. Winner Frömming with Bilbrey. Do not rub the horse after the race. Horse gets cover and protective cover. Man leads horse.
(35 m) b. Salzburg: Judo match Salzburg - Vienna Judo fighter on the mat, total. Spectators, half-close. Spectator claps, great. Judo fighter in the throws. Two champions in an exhibition match. Professor stain, Budapest, fights against Olympic champion Franz Ninfuehr, Vienna. Audience clapping. Judo fighters bow.
(26 m) c. Munich: ice Revue in the Prince Regent Stadium run girls as sailors dressed up. Among the spectators occupying soldiers, half-close. Clapping spectators, half-close. Demonstration of a Rumba, port scene from France. Young man and woman in the audience, great. Can can on the ice. Auditorium. Viennese Waltz. Spectators swaying.
01 the radio message was ice emergency rescue in Germany of British Air Force Base: "German fishing trawler in the Bay of Lübeck by pack ice blocks, human lives in danger." While Group Captain Dwyer gives the pilots before the card last location information, food, fuel and water are loaded, three aircraft of the type Martinet - this time to start peaceful helper service.
Low-level, it goes over the frozen Baltic Sea. Each ship traffic is paralysed. Da - a tiny black dot surrounded by the glittering ice rink. He comes closer and closer.
The boat you're looking for! The plane curves and circles - the pilot looking for the lowest moment of ejection. Now fall packages - only 30 meters from the boat station.
The order is fulfilled. The second aircraft approaches - the supply of seafarers endangered by hunger and frost will be continued until the boat is afloat again.
02. Truman gathered Senate and House joint session to Congress in Washington. The meeting was also the first time the television radio broadcast. The swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected members of Congress takes place after the introduction of the new speaker. Then, President Truman is the traditional account of the "State of the Union".
The President dealt in particular with the internal issues of economic and social policy. The foreign expansion of these problems arises "what we can do at home or refrain from, affect not only ourselves, but millions all over the world." from Truman's declaration
Harry S. Truman is the 20th President in the history of the Voreinigten States, the Partei has the majority in the Congress. This fact makes however no obstacle to a harmonious cooperation of all for the sake of the nation.
03. Process the verdict In the curio-Haus in Hamburg Ravensbrück imposed under its President, English major-general Westropp, the Allied military court the judgment of those responsible for the concentration camp Ravensbrück, the largest and most formidable women's prison of history.
16 men and women had to answer for inhumane treatment and murder of thousands of prisoners of all Nations. The defendants were presented individually to accept their verdict. Were sentenced to death by hanging: Johann Schwarzhuber, the former Commander of camp of Ravensbrück, the former SS-Oberaufseherin Dorothea Binz, Carmen Maria Mory, she to a central figure in the process whose adventurous career made.
Overall, the military court in eleven cases imposed the death penalty. The remaining defendants were given long-term prison sentences. The two-month trial revealed one of the most terrible chapters of human cruelty and human suffering. According to a Norwegian witness, Ravensbrück was "Hell on Earth".
04. earthquake disaster in Japan for the second time within a generation Japan was struck by a massive earthquake.
The stove of the quake was located 75 kilometres from the coast into the sea; six waves crashing against the country and caused heavy damage.
Over 800 people lost their lives, and thousands have been injured, hundreds of thousands of their home and their possessions robbed.
Most severely affected the area was... At last by Osaka and southwest of Tokyo.
The seismograph showed that this earthquake was five times as heavy as that in 1923, then killed 143,000 people. Only the fact that was the focus of the quake of This time in the sea, prevented even greater sacrifices and devastations.
05. England: Royal family travels to South Africa with a ride through the wintry London begins the historic journey of the British Royal family to South Africa. The Parliament building it goes to the WaterlooBahnhof. Travel with King George the King of Elisabeth and the princesses Elizabeth and Margaret.
Members of the Government - under its Prime Minister Attlee - as well as personal friends and relatives gathered for the farewell.
A train brings the travel company to Portsmouth.
Here waits the battleship "Vanguard" - it will be the home of the Royal family for the 16-day-long journey to Cape Town. The King - Admiral uniform - goes first on board.
According to English custom of sailor, the high guest is welcomed by the whistle signals of the sailors.
A last group - left King George the Duchess of Kent and the Queen Mother, Mary - right. Monitoring of numerous ship units runs the "Vanguard". For this first State visit of a reigning British monarch across South Africa has made festive preparations.
06. 150 years Franz Schubert with official tributes, celebrations and concerts thought Vienna of his great son of Franz Schubert, whose birthday is marked for the 150th time.
The birthplace of Schubert's in the nut village first breed 54 was newly designed on the occasion of this commemoration and made available to the public.
It contains contemporary pictures and personal memorabilia of Schubert's. The Secretary, worked on the Schubert. And Schubert's original scores.
On the, a Schubert evening at a Vienna mansion known paintings by Julius Schmid"Franz Schubert. Kathi, Anna and Betty Fröhlich, the original models of the "Dreimäderlhauses". 150 years Schubert... one and a half centuries endowed music... and yet only - the Overture to immortality.
07. Rabbit Instead of guns the Berlin Zeughaus, formerly the Museum of military history and the implements of war, turned for two days in a monumental rabbit hole.
800 carefully selected animals of all breeds, issued by the National Association of German rabbit breeder.
Here A few award-winning animals.
German giant Pinto.
German giant. -English cheques.
And the Angora rabbit. Every three months can be sheared and provides 400-600 grams of wool annually.
The way of the wool to the finished product.
All the goods come from rabbits, which enjoys growing popularity - as wool and fur supplier, and to finally as an enrichment of the à la carte menu.
08 sports: a. require trotting races, Berlin certain preparations with all stakeholders harness racing at 12 degrees below zero. Packed well is half the battle.
In Berlin many stalwarts to the deep winter trotting races To find a themselves despite the grim climate. Start! -not the Grand Prix - but intended for the coldest race of the season.
The train is cleaned of snow and ice, and the Renner then rinse it steams so - from the nostrils – they will run twice as fast, so they come back as quickly as possible into the warm stable.
In the main race of the day, Frömming was with "Tumbler" the winner.
So - as would be done. And after an race, the slogan is No more "Heating" and "Cooling".
b. Vienna the consummate art of self defense Judo is Judo - a form of JIU-jitsu.
In Salzburg, Vienna and Salzburg faced in a match. Vienna's Judo fighters won 5: 0 points.
Concluded two champions finished youth show in a battle: Professor stain, Olympic champion Franz Nimfuehr, Budapest and Vienna.
With extremely low strength and greatest skill, the opponent is attacked or resisted. Most handles are based on use of leverage.
(c). Ice Revue, Munich In Munich's Prince Regent stadium carries an ice Revue around the world.
The lightning travel on ice begins in Germany.
A Rumba from South America.
From France a harbor scene with Apache.
And the spirited Cancan.
And finally: Wiener Blut - also at 10 degrees below zero full summer romance and lightness.
01. RAF rescues German seamen
At the air-base Blankensee the British Airforce received the wireless message: "German fish cutters marooned by pack-ice in the bay of Lübeck. Men in danger!"
While group-captain Dwyer gives last instructions to the pilots, food, fuel and water are taken on board. Three Martinet-planes take-off - this time on a peaceful mission of rescue.
Flying low the planes cross the frozen Baltic-Sea. All shipping is paralysed. Suddenly, - a black spot appears inmidst of the glittering ice. It comes closer and closer. The cutter! The plane circles down in order to find the best place and moment for the throw. Now the packages are thrown - they land only about 30 meters from the boat. The task is accomplished: the second plane approaches - the supplying of the fishermen menaced by hunger and cold is continued until the cutter is afloat again.
02. Truman addresses the Congress
In Washington the Senate and the House of Representatives assembled for a joint meeting. For the first time the session was transmitted also by television. After the new speaker was introduced and the new Members of Congress were sworn in Truman gives the traditional account on the State of the Union. The president dealt particularly with internal questions of economics and social policy.
The foreign political implication of these problems result from Truman's statement: "What we do or don't at home not only concernes ourselves, but millions all over the world."
Harry Truman is the twentieth president in the USA whose party has not the majority in Congress. But this does by no means prevent full and harmonious cooperation of all for the benefit of the Nation.
At Curio-House in Hamburg the Allied Military Tribunal, presided over by the British Mayor-General Westropp, sentenced the responsibles for the concentration camp Ravensbrück, the largest and most terrible women-prison of history. 16 men and women were accused for inhuman treatment and the killing of thousands of prisoners of all nationalities.
The defendants were brought up one by one to receive the sentence. Death by hanging was pronounced on:
Joh. Schwarzhuber, former commandant of Ravensbrück.
The former SS-womens-guard Dorothea Binz.
Carmen Maria Mory, whose adventurous career made her a central figure of the trial.
Altogether the death sentence was pronounced in 11 cases.
The others got long-term penal servitude.
The two month trial disclosed one of the most terrible chapters of human cruelty and human suffering.
Ravensbrück, according to the words of a Norwegian witness, was: A Hell on Larth.
04. Earth quake in Japan
For the second time in a generation Japan was devasted by a terrific earth-quake. The centre of the quake was 75 kilometers off the coast in the ocean, six tidal waves rolled over the coast and caused severe damage. More than 800 people lost their lives, thousands were injured, hundred of thousands were made homeless.
The district in the South of Osaka and South-West of Tokio suffered most. The Seismographs showed that this quake was five times more severe than the one the year of 1923, in which 143.000 people were killed. Only the fact that the centre of the new disaster was on the bottom of the ocean, prevented greater destruction and loss of life.
Royal family travels to South-Africa
A drive through wintry London starts off the historic journey of the British Royal family to South-Africa. Passing the Parliament they drive to Waterloo-Station. King George is accompanied by Queen Elisabeth and the prinzesses Elizabeth and Margaret. Members of the government with primeminister Attlee, as well as personal friends and relatives came to say "good-bye". A special train brings the party to Portsmouth. Here the battleship "Vanguard" awaits the Royal party - it will be their floating home during the 16 days trip to Capetown. The King, in Admirals uniform, is the first to board the ship. According to British naval customs the augustguest is piped aboard.
A last group-picture: left and right of King George the Duchess of Kent and Queen-mother Mary. Accompanied by numerous naval units the "Vanguard" puts to sea.
For this first state-visit of a ruling British Monarch all South Africa has made festive preparations.
06. 150 years Franz Schubert
With concerts and official ceremonies Vienna celebrated the 150th Birthday of her great son Franz Schubert. Schubert's birthhouse in 54 Nussdorfer street was redecorated for the occassion and opened to the public.
It contains pictures and personal souvenirs of Schubert. The desk at which Schubert worked. And here original score sheets of Schubert.
The famous painting of Julius Schmid "A Schubert-evening in a Viennese burger' house." An Kathi, Anna and Betty Fröhlich, the original models of the "Dreimäderl Haus".
150 years Franz Schubert ... half a century of glorious music and yet only the ouverture to immortality.
07. Rabbits instead of Cannons
The Zeughaus in Berlin, formerly a museum for war-history and arms, was transformed for two days into a monumental rabbits warren.
800 selected rabbits of all kinds were exhibited by the Association of German Rabbits Breeders.
Here some of the exhibits.
German Giant Piebald. White Widder. German Giant. English Pieblad. Japanese.
Ant the Angora Rabbit. It can be shorn every three months, yielding 400 to 600 grams of wool a year.
From the raw wool to the finished product. All goods shown here derive from rabbits which are getting more and more popular - as wool and far producer and finally, as welcome addition to the menu.
a. Trotting-race, Berlin
A trotting-race at 12 degrees below zero needs certain preparations for all participants.
In Berlin, inspite of the freezing cold many fans attend the wintry trotting races.
The start, not for the Derby but certainly for the coldest race of the season.
The track is cleared of snow and ice, the horses go as fast as they can in order to get back to their warm stable.
The main race of the day was won by Frömming on "Purzel".
So, that is over. And after the race the order of the day is no longer to warm up but to cool down.
b. Judo, Wien
The supreme art of self-defence is Judo - a special form of Ju-Jitsu.
In Salzburg the representatives of Vienna and Salzburg met in a friendly match.
Vienna's Judo-fighters were far superior and scored 5:0 points.
Finally two masters give a demonstration of first class Judo: [...]rof, Fleck, Budapest, and Olympic Champion Franz Nimfuehr, Vienna.
c. Ice-revue, Munich
The Munich Prinzregenten Stadium is the scene of an ice revue "Round the World".
The round trip on skates begins in Germany with "Tempo and Rythm".
A South American Rumba.
In France a harbour scene with Apaches.
And the temperamentful Can-Can.
And finally: "Viennese Waltz" - at 10 degrees below zero but full of summerly romance and charm.
Persons in the Film
Attlee, Clement ; Binz, Dorothea ; Elizabeth von England ; Elisabeth II. von England ; Georg VI. von England ; Margaret von England ; Marina von Kent ; Mary von England ; Mory, Carmen Maria ; Schubert, Franz ; Schwarzhuber, Johann ; Truman, Harry ; Westropp ; Fleck, Heinz ; Frömming, Hans ; Nienfuehr, Franz
Berlin ; Salzburg ; Vienna ; Hamburg ; Munich ; London ; Japan ; Baltic Sea ; Portsmouth ; Washington
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